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By Markus Rothkranz Over 2,500 beautiful full color images covering over 950 plants and what health conditions they have been historically used for. The “Edible Plant Guide” (Free Food & Medicine) will help you identify the plants that you see outside your house, and use their natural powers to live a truly healthy life. Did you know dandelions are edible? Or that you can make tea from lawn grass that’s great for lungs, bronchitis, skin conditions and preventing kidney stones? Health Problems? Find out about the plants historically used for 377 different health conditions. Those wild plants growing just outside your house and neighborhood are some of the best free food and medicine you could ever have! - What common neighborhood plants make a great shampoo, soap and toothpaste? - What flowers and common houseplants are edible? - What plants help you quit smoking? - What plants are great for arguing couples? - Which have more protein than meat? - Which are great coffee substitutes? Forget expensive organic grocery stores. This extensive app shows you how you can eat the healthiest food on the planet for FREE... how you can get the most powerful healing medicine in the world for FREE. People all over the world are doing this and radically improving their lives. It doesn't matter if you live in the city or country. There is free food everywhere. There is no excuse for not being able to afford food or healthcare, because the healthiest food and medicine on the planet is free, it's all-natural, and it's growing right outside your house and around your neighborhood. This is not just the lifestyle of desperate poor, but people from all walks of life are discovering the amazing health and longevity benefits of eating wild and garden foods. Beautiful full color illustrations of the most popular edible plants found all around the world, and what their health benefits are. Includes toxic plants, different methods of preparation, nutritional information and specific health condition reference. No home should be without this amazing app. You will be amazed at the endless uses for those wild plants outside! FEATURES: • Over 950 edible and non-edible plants. Pinch zoom in and out availability for images. • Descriptions about the plants. • Narrow your search down using 12 categories such as Berries, Flowers, Trees, Seaweed and etc. • 377 health conditions and the historically used plants for each condition. • Ability to search on our “A-Z” and “Diagnosis” pages. • Ability to save your favorite plants. • No Internet connection is needed after the app is installed.
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This app covers almost all the plants. I'm an outdoor person and I go on hikes a lot so it's always nice to know the nature around you. Great feature about this app is that it works offline. Very well organized and has diagnoses option which is plus for this sorts of apps. Pictures have great resolution and you are able to zoom in. You also can look up if you are interested in specific thing instead of going through the pages. Overall very well made and ordered.
The app looks good at first glance but when you start using it you'll find the write ups are less than scientific, the plants are not organized by region, plant attributes are often not specific enough to provide positive identification and appropriate warnings are not given or could easily be missed. For example hemlock (poisonous) can easily be mistaken for wild carrots (edible) but aside from a slight nod to this fact deep in the write up, no warning is given. In other cases superfluous language about longevity and toxin cleaning is used. If you're looking for something to get you started and want to spend your money on something you could likely get for free, this app is for you. If you want a useful field reference that you can use to reliably identify plants and their properties such as being edible, you're still better off buying a National Audubon Field guide (actual book).
This app is what I was waiting for ever since I started my vegetarian diet. I have tried other apps but this one is the best. It is well organized and you get plenty of information about each plant. One advantage that this app has over the others I would have to say is the "Diagnosis" section. My wife and I always try to find alternatives for pharmaceutical drugs and to be able to teach our children live a healthier life. Definitely would recommend this app.
When it comes to healthy life, I think this app will take me to the next level. It has the most complete list of plants with their attributes. Also, the diagnosis page provides you with the different plants that are useful for various illnesses or conditions. It's very useful and easy to use.
I have Markus's book but this app is great to have with you no matter where you are . You have to carry around a book everywhere. It's also the best app compared to the other apps I had gotten on wild plants
Developed by Palingenesis, INC.
Edible Plant Guide is ranking in Health & Fitness & Reference
Last update was at Noneand the current version is 1.0.
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